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Sierra Cosworth

Discussion in 'Motors' started by moss, 1 Mar 2006.

  1. moss

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  2. SgtTupac

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    Seen it at Combe last year, unbeliveably clean! It was INSANE!
     
  3. moss

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    It was on the bay not too long ago...

    Ebay Link
     
  4. Zip

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    Looks like a good car but that wing is horrible :eek:
     
  5. chopchop

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    someone kill him ^^
     
  6. Adz

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    Done :).
     
  7. ZG002

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    very clean.. i love it

    yeah make sure we get rid of zip... :)
     
  8. Zip

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    i was just voicing my opinions:(

    /goes and crys in a corner
     
  9. -westy-

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    lol, fair enough, but thats a standard cosworth rear wing, it actually does something, unlike the majority of stick on tat :)
     
  10. Zip

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    So its accually there to do somthing with the aero dynamics?
    Thats ok then but they still could have tryed and made it look a little better then what it looks like :)
     
  11. -westy-

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    I don't think they would have made it a different shape, i think it suits the car quite well. It was an option from the factory i think, so not all cossies have it. Its often removed for top speed runs.
     
  12. Burned_Alive

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    I think its actually the other way around, it was standard but you could remove it as an option, i could be wrong though.

    However Cosworth wings = sexual.

    Cant wait until late this year i should be getting an Escort RS Cosworth :D
     
  13. jon.bda

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    That is pant wettingly beautiful!!!.
    :)
     
  14. Andybtsn

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    WOW.

    One of my all time fave car's just got a little more fave (!)
     
  15. Dr Who

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    A thing of beauty...

    Could put that in your lounge

    :D
     
  16. Major_hangover

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    Here's my Saph, also around the 380-400bhp (check the size o the turbine) :D

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    Not in the same league I know but hey a cossies' a cossie.
     
  17. Major_hangover

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    Sold it now tho :( that was the closest thing to getting me away from bikes!! Cant describe how fast it was apart from stupidly fast. Made my soob
    feel very average.
     
  18. thebrasso

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    Awesome bit of kit that. Even though its old it'd still turn heads anywhere it went :D

    Major_hangover, sounds like you are suffering withdrawal. Cosworth time!!
     
  19. Tesla

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    I would rather drive it and get it muddy than look at a clean wheel arch lining.

    Waste of money IMO.

    LOL @ Zip's comment too.
     
  20. Major_hangover

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    Your right got loads of attention, and I do miss it, but not the expence of cosworth ownership :)